August 9 - August 29
Elementary Complexity: individual art practices in visual art exhibition
Exhibition period: 9 – 29 August 2019
Location: CMU Art Center
Opening reception: 9 August 2019 | 6 PM
Amorn Thongpayong, Apirak Jianpinidnun, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Chaivut Ruamrudeekool, Chaiyot Chandratita, Charoon Boonsuan, Chatchawan Nilsakul
Dorothea Izvoran Fleiss, Hyun Mi Roh, Ian Francis Bonde, Jan Theo De Vleeschauwer, Kamol Sriwichainan, Kade Javanalikhikara, Kitti Maleephan, Kosit Juntaratip, Montana Coll Torrey, Morakot Ketklao, Nikolaos Kolonias, Nophaklao Srimatyakun, Padungsak Kochsomrong, Pakit Boonsuite, Panu Ngakunchorn, Pathom Puapansakul, Peerapong Duangkaew, Pongdej Chaiyakut, Pongsiri Kiddee, Prakornpatara Janthakhaisorn, Rossalin Garst, Rushdi Anwar, Sébastien Tayac, Siraprapha Japakkhang, Songkarn Soodhom, Soontorn Suwanhem, Sugree Gasorngatsara, Sutthisak Phuthararak, Supachai Satsara, Thanatcha Chairin, Thattchai Hongpaeng, Thongchai Yukatapornpong, Tran Tuan, Udom Chimpukdee, Wuttin Chansataboot and Yupha Mahamart
The Department of Visual Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University would like to invite you to the opening reception of Elementary Complexity: individual art practices in visual art exhibition. This annual exhibition by our lecturers will be held on Friday, 9 August 2019, from 6 – 8 PM in the first floor gallery space, CMU Art Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Elementary Complexity: individual art practices in visual art exhibition presents artworks from artists and art lecturers in various forms, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, moving images, art performance, installation, and academic works. These works reflect different kinds of practices and multiple interests related to visual arts. Some explore the idea of art experimentation and the use of technique-oriented approach, while others focus on urgent political and social issues that have emerged in our contemporary society. Still, these works are grounded on the knowledge of basic art elements which the artists themselves compose to carefully create complex and meticulous art pieces.
During the exhibition opening, there will be a performance entitled I have something to share with you in the dark by Padungsak Kochsomrong, as well as Refugee Performance Art by Udom Chimpukdee. Running parallel to the exhibition is a series of public programs every Saturday which are free for art enthusiasts, ranging from workshops on ceramic vase, abstract watercolor painting, creative and happy printmaking, to academic talks and other activities.
CMU Art Center is open for free every day except Monday, from 9 AM – 5 PM. For more information and RSVP, please contact: 0 5394 4821 or 0 5321 8280
CMU Art Center